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Want to build brand recognition for your business among Indians in WA?

Showcase your product and services to a thriving population?

Associate with ISWA and see how ISWA can support your business.

Indian Society of WA (ISWA) is a not to profit organisation that was established in 1972 and works as an umbrella body of most Indian Organisations in WA to assist, encourage, participate and initiate those activities, which promote the welfare, social, cultural and educational aspects of Australian Indians. In last few years, Indian Community was the fastest growing community in WA and ranked 4th in population with estimated around 80,000

India has vibrant, colourful and rich cultural history and people of India continue to preserve it beautifully. India is one of the most religiously diverse nations in the world with some of the most deeply religious societies and cultures. India has a long romance with the art of dance. Most Indian dances are the expression of inner beauty, gesture to communicate the idea, facial expression and mainly dedicated to Gods and Goddesses.

ISWA is the umbrella organisation to 27 incorporated associations with a total membership base of over 20,000 in WA. ISWA is looking to partner to with businesses in WA.

ISWA organises regular activities as explained below to preserve its culture and art and to engage the younger generation of the community.

Sangam, Spirit of India (formerly Navrang): Sangam is a flagship program and showcase Indian performing including Skits, Music, Indian Classic, Folk and Bollywood dances, held in the prestigious venue such as Perth Exhibition and Convention Centre or Perth Arena which has been attended by over 2400 people including WA ministers and parliamentarians.

Diwali Mela, The Festival of Lightsis an ancient festival celebrated in October/Novemmber every year. The festival signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. ISWA Diwali Mela is celebrated in collaboration with 36 different Indian organisations and dancing schools. More than 30,000 people are expected to attend Diwali Mela in Claremont Showground on Saturday & Sunday. Claremont Showground is booked up to 2022 to organize Diwali Mela. More than 20 Indian Restaurants, 100+ Businesses display and sell their products at Diwali Mela, which is the best place for businesses to introduce, promote and sell their products.

Holi: Festival of Colorsis a very popular event among the Indian and non-Indian Community in March every year based on Lunar calendar. 6,000 to 10,000 people (mainly youth) are expected to attend this event.

Naari(formarly Hariyali Teej): Celebrating Aussie-Indian Women. Primarily targeted towards Ladies where they have fun and frolic, displaying women items and networking generally attended by more than 1000 women. In coming years, more than 2,000 women are expected to take part in this one-day event.

ISWA Cricket League (ICL)is in the lines of IPL organized every year in March. 8 to 16 cricket teams of different Indian associations of different regions take part in this annual tournament witnessed by more than 10,000 audiences. In addition, ISWA organizes New Year Eve party, educational seminars on health, wealth creation, spirituality and meditation and free sports training. All events are very well attended as ISWA promotes them through different Indian Organizations, e-mails, Facebook, different social network and websites.

ISWA has promoted Diwali Mela event through a dedicated www.diwalimela.com.au website and nearly 44,000 people visited this site just in one week. Indian Society had distributed 200,000 Diwali Mela flyers in Perth Metro, through distribution companies, restaurants and grocery stores. Diwali Mela had also been announced through different commercial radio stations including 94.5FM and 95.3FM. Previously, ISWA distributed 16-page magazine as an insert in the West Australian newspaper targeting 500,000 readers.

Australian Indians have exceled in every field and average family income is above the national average. This reflects the capacity and capability of their high buying power. ISWA is the best platform to promote businesses and their products and services among the wider Indian community.

Research by the Marketing Association of Australia and New Zealand shows there are six reasons why businesses should consider entering into a sponsorship arrangement with community groups like us. They are to:

  • Generate more business
  • Promote your business, its products and/or services
  • Show support for the community
  • Build a relationship with a target audience
  • Increase your market presence and share
  • Create a positive business imag.
Corporate (annual) Platinum (annual) Sangam or Holi Major Sponsor Diwali Mela Major Sponsor
Contribution Amount (Ex GST) $2,500 $5,000 $15,000 $30,000
Website Promo Advertisement
Participate in Membership Rewards Program
Complimentary stall at Diwali Mela
Logo and link to your website on ISWA Smartphone App
Distribute your Flyer/ Promo material at events
ISWA Website Advertisement
Free Guest Tickets to Events
Acknowledgement in brochure
Show your banners at event gates
Full Page Inside Back cover Ads first come first basis
Full Page Back Ads on all Publications, first come first basis
Be special guest at Functions and distribute prizes as special guest

ISWA is offering its sponsors, suppliers and local businesses the chance to get on the ground and be the first to tap into the opportunities with Indian Community. The annual packages are for one year covering all events from the date of joining. Please contact any of the ISWA Management Committee
(http://iswa-perth.org/committee.html) if you want to know more about ISWA and its activities

Postal Address - P.O. Box: 8377, Perth business Centre, Perth WA 6849
Email: secretary@iswa-perth.org or president@iswa-perth.org
Website: www.iswa-perth.org